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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... abilities began to return to me and it dawned on me that he A) didn't seem to have a clue as to his way around his home city and B) had driven round it in a massive circle twice before taking me to the snazziest hotel in town which I definitely couldn't afford on my meager backpacker budget, and then another one which was a complete **** hole. He then asked for double rate as I'd just got an impromptu city tour. I ended up having a heated argument with the ...
... beautiful about the chaos, something about how the noise, the lights, the smells, and the people combine to produce a picture of real human life. With the image of the streets still on our minds we sat down around a large table and prepared for the Indian goodness we were about to enjoy. We ordered chicken Biriyani, Shai Paneer, to many Naans to count! We all shared stories and heard about some interesting ER cases that Adam had witnessed. ...
... never had to do this before. Maybe I shoud have known that when he told me he didn't have any studs that would work for me and then I looked and found exactly what I needed in his kit. The reason the earrings wouldn't go in was because it was so swollen inside that it wouldn't curve around. There was just too thick of an area for the corkscrew to be able to move the way it needed to. What a shame. After a while I told him I just wanted to stop. I couldn't take it ...
... great because they were playing Indian club music which I really liked. That and gangnam style which I'm not quite sure why it's still so popular here. There was a woman here who was in a shorter dress without pants on under it and she was dancing a little taboo. It caught my attention because we all try to dress really carefully and respectfully. I was wearing a dress with leggings on underneath that went down to my ankles. But Sumana did tell us that the places we would ...
... the partition of British India, the paternal side of my family moved to the city of the Karachi in the newly formed state of Pakistan.
After relations between the two neighbouring countries, India and Pakistan, worsened, the citizens of each country were in practice barred from returning to the lands their forefathers had migrated from. Roaming through Hyderabad and speaking to its people, I was amazed at the historic prosperity and good governance of the princely ...